Neuroimaging for the Clinical Neuroscientist

We are delighted to announce that our course series entitled “Neuroimaging for the Clinical Neuroscientist” organized through the Yale Clinical Neuroscience Imaging Center (CNIC) will continue in 2017.

This course is open to everyone, is not credited, and does not require registration. 

Course Coordinators

  • Sule Tinaz, MD, PhD
  • Hal Blumenfeld, MD, PhD

Purpose:  

In the last two decades there has been an enormous growth in neuroimaging ranging from volumetric and functional MRI to diffusion MRI, MR Spectroscopy, PET and EEG.  Yale has world-class neuroimaging facilities and leaders in many of these fields.  The goal of this course is to make these outstanding resources available and encourage their use in clinical neuroscience disease-oriented research.  The series will emphasize training on neuroimaging fundamentals, applications of specific techniques to relevant disorders of the nervous system, and will highlight resources at Yale to stimulate ongoing and new collaborations.

The lectures will take place on Tuesdays.

Location

Hewitt Library
Yale New Haven Hospital
East Pavilion Rm 2-502 

Time: 12-1pm

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